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federal agents are still looking for the man who lived in an apartment building. we'll have the latest >> and the search for six missing hikers. signals are coming from an area known for rocks, snow and falling ice >> and the famous swim from alcatraz to san francisco, swimmers getting ready.
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it's sunday, june 1st, i'm claudine wong. >> i'm mike mibach. rosemary with the temperatures. >> for the afternoon we have mostly cloudy skies, partly cloudy for the coast. at this hour it looks worse out there in areas where visibility is down to about a quarter-mile. i'm talking areas over parts of the north bay, along the coastline this morning, patchy drizzle as well. but it's not as widespread. the marine layer has shrunk some. yesterday we woke up to a 2,000-feet deep marine layer. this morning it's a thousand feet. a quicker burnoff expected today. the winds on shore but light, fairfield reporting 10 miles per hour. yesterday at this hour gusting to about 25. so all this adding to a warmer afternoon. 54 degrees now in concord.
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56 livermore. most of us starting a lot like yesterday. it's a chilly start in novato, 44 and upper 40s in santa rosa. the second half of the day we'll have up to eight degrees of warming expected. look at these highs. get around the bay and we have mid-70s to low 80s. upper 60s to low 70s for the downtown san francisco area and low 60s expected in pacifica. again, with partly cloudy skies. today is going to be one of the warmest days. we begin a cooldown tomorrow and then changes as we get into the extended forecast. that is coming up. we are following developing news in san francisco where an fbi search started yesterday morning, stretched well into the night. ktvu alli rasmous to tell us more. >> reporter: sometimes in the overnight hours the scene was cleaned and the streets in
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jackson between polk and vanness was reopened. this is what it looked like outside yesterday. fbi agents suited from head-to-toe in hazmat suits, executing a search warrant as part of a federal criminal investigation. police were helping the fbi secure the area. according to a source yesterday the fbi is looking for a man named ryan chamberlain who according to investigators is believed to have been storing hazardous materials in his apartment. as of last night the fbi says they had not made arrests connected to this case. they were still searching for mr. chamberlain. the search of this apartment lasted about 15 hours. during that time many other residents on the block were not allowed to return to their homes. we've contacted the fbi this morning to get an update on the investigation, we're waiting to hear back from them and as soon as we get some information from them we'll bring it to you later on, on mornings on 2.
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new this morning -- deputies say a drunk driver crushed intoen a almeida county patrol car in hayward, 4:42 this morning. officials say the deputy was stopped at hathaway avenue and west a street when hit head on by a vehicle. the driver of that vehicle was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence. no one was hurt in the accident. happening now -- athletes from around the world are out on san francisco bay gearing up for the annual escape from alcatraz triathlon. this is video from last year's triathlon. the event kicks off in about 30 minutes with the 1.5-mile swim. athletes then cycle 18 miles down the great highway and through golden gate park. the race finishes with an eight-mile run through the presidio that ends at marina green. about 2,000 people will be attempting the escape. tomorrow an oakland police officer will be stationed at an elementary school where a 9-year-old was teablghtd with a hammer -- attacked with a hammer. it happened at lafayette
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elementary school in west oakland friday morning. police say the mother of another student lured the girl into a bathroom and attacked her. the girl is expected to recover. the woman was arrested of assault with a deadly weapon. this morning the search for six climbers missing on mount rainier in washington state has been suspended. hopes are fading to find anyone alive. reporter joanna smalls is live with the dangerous conditions facing search crews and what we are learning about one of the climbers. >> reporter: we're told by people with alpin international that the president of the outfitter and six families of the people missing and feared dead on mount rainier will be here this morning at 11:00 to discuss what happened. just a few moments ago we ran into the father-in-law of one of the young men lost on that mountain. he tells us his son-in-law was from new jersey. the entire family has flown in from the philadelphia area. they are just devastated.
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we know at least one of the other families is already here from minnesota. that young man, 26-year-old mark mahaney was part of the expedition as well as the lead guide who is from northern california. no others have been identified yet. searchers can say what they think happened here but didn't find anyone yesterday. they used two helicopters and were able to spot climbing gear that led rangers to the conclusion that the party fell more than 3,000 feet while trying to ascent on one of the mountain as most challenging routes called liberty ridge. that is a fall that they and other experienced climbers admit is most certainly deadly. that is why rangers didn't go in by foot where they believe they will likely find these six people. the gear was found and a glacier but failing rock and ice make it extremely dangerous in the area. sadly the group may not be found until the snow melts. that is searchers say, they
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they have to wale until the weather improves. for now they will give grieving families what they believe happened here. >> joanna small reporting from washington state. seven people were killed after a private jet crashed in massachusetts. it happened at 9:40 last night near hanscomb air force base in bedford, 20 miles outside of boston. the jet was headed to atlantic city airport and it appears it caught fire after takeoff. officials say lewis katz, co-owner of the philadelphia enquirer is among the victims. >> the jet crashed on departure from hanscomb. with seven people on board. i am sorry to report there were no survivors. >> katz was one of two business moguls who bought out their partners last week with an $88 million bid for the inquirer. the national transportation safety board says it's
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ininvestigating the crash. chp is investigating a deadly crash that shut down traffic on highway 84 for hours, it happened 5:45 last night on the eastbound lanes of highway 84 just east of i-680 in almeida county. police say a big rig and red car crashed head on killing the driver of the car. the big rig driver suffered minor injuries. a white suv also crashed into the big rig. the pregnant driver was injured. >> preliminary reports have it that the red vehicle, red ford, was traveling in the eastbound direction, crossed over the double yellow line somehow and hit the big rig. >> chp says it took more than two hours for the roadway to reopen. a playground in vallejo off limits after it was destroyed in a suspicious fire. neighbors say the smell of burning plastic spread across the neighborhood shortly after that fire started. >> it could have been an
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electrical fire somewhere. a lot of burnt rubber. >> investigators think arsonists may to be blame because the jungle gym and bark chips on the ground were burning separately. one man says he saw a group of children leaving the school minutes before that fire started. >> with the kids running by and hearing the conversation i kind of figured maybe they were up to something because i saw them in the school earlier playing. >> the fire caused $25,000 in damage. no one was hurt. thousands of music fans are expected for the final day of the bottle rock music festival. as many as 30,000 people were expected to the napa valley expo this weekend to see 60 different artists performed. no major problems reported but police are still out in force looking for drivers who are under the influence. neighbors have also raised concerns about noise and traffic. this year's festival has a new promoter after the company that produced the show last year declared bankruptcy.
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today's line-up includes the barenaked ladies. spin doctors will also perform. see the full line-up at ktvu.com. many bottlerock fans faced long waits for a bus or cab after the festival. the napa valley tribune reports many waited for two hours for the main shuttle us about bus. phil mickelson is talking about a focus on the tournament this weekend but also an investigation into insider trading. phil mickelson speaking out about his role and insisting he did nothing wrong. >> thank you so much. we cannot communicate the words when we heard from the president. >> a wait for the home coming of their son after years of
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captivity. bergdahl is free this morning. >> and a number of the numbers in the temperatures and in the extended forecast. some returning to the 90s. my dad worked as a short order cook.
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family and friends are anxiously awaiting the return of sergeant bowe bergdahl after his release by the taliban. he was captured in 2009 just two months after he deployed to afghanistan. he spent five years in captivity before the white house secured his release in exchange for freeing five detainees at guantanamo bay. bergdahl's father grew out his hair in support of his son and spoke out about his son's release at the white house. >> thank you so much.
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we just can't communicate the words this morning when we heard from the president. >> bergdahl is the last known u.s. prisoner of war from the conflict in iraq and afghanistan. he is currently receiving medical treatment in germany and will be moved to a medical center in san antonio, texas when he is well enough. >> we also made an iron-clad commitment to bring our prisoners of war home. that is who we are as americans. it's a profound obligation within our military and today at least in this instance, it's a promise we've been able to keep. >> president obama also spoke out following bergdahl's release saying he was never forgotten during years in captivity. the white house hasn't commented on reports that bergdahl may have been captured by the taliban after deserting the military in afghanistan. >> our primary focus was
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getting sergeant bergdahl back. we've done that as i said, and president obama said as a result of the help of a lot of people. >> defense secretary chuck hagel also spoke out about his release. hagel says it's possible bergdahl's release could lead to further negotiations with the taliban but that was not the focus of the swap. hagel also says he hopes to meet privately with bergdahl as soon as he's able to. two republican lawmakers say the exchange of prisoners at guantanamo bay for sergeant bergdahl violated u.s. laws. congressman howard me keyan of los angeles and the senator from oklahoma says the president is required by law to notify congress 30 days before the transfer of any terrorism detainee. the white house says the prisoner exchange took place under unique circumstances. mckeean is chairman of the armed services committee. bowe bergdahl's hometown in
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haley, idaho is anxiously awaiting his return. a lamp at one coffee shop has been on for the past five years in his honor. employees say they are looking forward to have him come in and extinguish the light himself. ktvu.com find more on the return including yesterday's news conference with his parents and the president. defense secretary chuck hagel arrived in afghanistan this morning for an update on the handover of security to afghan forces. hagel's visit to bagram airfield comes a week after president obama also made a surprise trip to the afghan base. hagel is scheduled to get an update on plans for u.s. forces to withdraw from afghanistan by the end of the year. leaving a force of just 10,000 troops. president obama called for fewer than a thousand u.s. troops to remain in afghanistan by the end of 2016. one runway at oakland international airport will be closed tonight for work related to safety improvements. that closure is not expected to
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cause flight delays or have an impact on passengers. the runway is scheduled to close at 11:00 bp tonight and will reopen at 6:00 tomorrow morning. time now 7:16. let's turn it over to rosemary. for this sunday. >> good morning. depends on where you're at. some of us seeing more sunshine than yesterday morning. on the other hand some of us dealing with low visibility, patchy fog, even drizzle this morning. giving you a live look, attempting to, at the bay bridge. you can't see a thing. socked in my the fog. i'll explain why it's a little worse in areas coming up in a moment. let's look at the first graphic. satellite and radar in place showing you above that low cloud and fog cover it's fairly quiet out there. ridge of high pressure in control of our weather pattern for today. pushing the storms well to the north of us. so we are looking at dry weather for your afternoon. warmer air pushing in. this ridge of high pressure in the sinking air associated with the ridge of high pressure
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helping to compress that marine layer. the marine layer has shrunk, a thousand feet keep this morning compared to 2,000 feet deep yesterday. as it pushes it closer to the ground that moist air really begins to thicken. next thing you know we have that patchy dense fog. we're seeing it along the coastline, santa rosa reporting half-mile visibility this morning. it will be tough to see in areas. the positive side of that, we're going to see a quicker burnoff. it's not as widespread this morning but plenty of sunshine away from the coastline today and temperatures going up. 57 degrees now in walnut creek. mid-50s in oakland. 51 san francisco. headed to the north bay it's actually a tad cooler this morning. anywhere from two to four degrees this morning in areas like santa rosa as well as novato. so a chill for you. most of us in the 50s, even upper 50s in areas like antioch. another beautiful day in store for napa. low 70s by lunchtime. low 80s for the seconds half
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of the afternoon. the warmest time of day. into 8:00 still 64 degrees. sun setting between 8:20 and 8:25. for the afternoon 83 sonoma. upper 70s in san rafael. if you plan to head by the water, it's going to be a gorgeous day. 74 oakland for the afternoon game today with the as. 86 danville. upper 80s for antioch. it's a warm day. a little above the average for this time of year but not too bad. 84 morgan hill. low 80s san jose. just find shade. 80 palo alto. 80 redwood city. upper 60s in san francisco and low 60s expected along the coast with partly cloudy to mostly cloudy skies again. the second half of the weekend shows temperature will be at their warmest at least for a couple of days. we're going to take a drop as we get back to work on monday.
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slight little bump in the temperatures by tuesday but then the bigger warm-up by mid-week wednesday and into thursday when temperatures for inland cities reach in the low 90s. low 80s around the bay and upper 60s at the coast. back to you. the mad dash for cash continues across the state. thanks to a modern-day scavenger hunt from a mystery donor. the donor tweets under the name "hidden cash" and leaving cash-filled envelopes across the state. the latest discovery was in southern california when someone found cash in 36 angry bird toys beared buried in the sand in hermosa beach park this weekend. >> i need the money. >> it might be in the trash? >> i don't know. the bench? i don't know. >> envelopes have been left at several locations in the bay area including san jose. do you remember this? did you see it live on the
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morning news? that man found an envelope of cash taped to the fire hydrant and gave that little victory dance. the newest movie "maleficent" has cast a spell on the weekend's box office. >> there is evil in this room. >> the movie is a darker he rim -- reimaging of the sleeping beauty story with the emphasis on the villain. it's on pace to generate $79 million. getting ready to open its doors. the new hospital on the east bay that opens this week and the extra featurer in some rooms that may make it much more comfortable for people to visit. >> summer stop in san jose no more. it's time to get your refund. mystery surrounding the cancellations of the jesus christ superstar tour. is split in two.
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the craziest day of her life. that's how a livermore woman described her day after a teen drove a car into her master bedroom this. is a photo of the car after it came to a start at angelina's home yesterday. luckily no one was hurt. the family though not allowed back home. they are staying in a hotel. there's a lawsuit filed against a pest control company. claiming orkin pest control should pay charges for not controlling cockroaches at a plant, that they say caused a salmonella outbreak there. the u.s. department of department of agriculture suspended work for three days because of the insects at foster farms facilities in california. a 911 dispatcher has been suspended with pay for criticizing oprah winfrey during a call with maya
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angelou. the dispatcher provided assistance said oprah winfrey fell out of grace last year because of a fight about racism. he said he made no slanderous comments but regrets the timing of his words. california chrome is busy this weekend preparing to go for the triple crown at belmont park next weekend. he ran in just under a minute at the five fur longs yesterday. the trainer is happy about that. he's won the last two races but now he's hoping to end the longest triple crown drought during the belmont stakes saturday. >> he's ready to work. he's climbing out of his skin right now. he's telling me he's ready to work. >> the owners say he couldn't be more ready to compete. chrome will have today's off before hitting the track again tomorrow. the last triple crown winner was in 1978.
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it's a tour that features big-name artists but now people who bought tickets will get refunds. >> "jesus christ superstar" tour announced it's being called off but haven't said why. andrew lloyd webber and tim rice released the popular rock opera in 1970 and several celebrities are cast in major roles. the show was supposed to make a stop in san jose in july. if you bought a ticket you will get a refund. hot rods and plenty of people flooded to town for the summer car show more than 2,500 hot rods, custom cars and trucks on display this weekend.
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it's the 21st year of the event. that show wraps up today. fbi and hazmat crews spent hours scouring an apartment building. we take you back live to the russian hill neighborhood. >> and friends and family come together to remember a young man killed in the isla vista rampage. >> tracking a warm-up for sunday. a look at the current conditions and comparison of the afternoon highs coming up. [♪]
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teacher layoffs. and a 60 billion dollar budget deficit.
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that's what john perez faced when he became speaker of the california assembly. so he partnered with governor brown to pass three balanced budgets, on time. for the first time in thirty years. today, the deficits are gone and we've invested an additional 2 billion dollars in education. now john perez is running for controller, to keep fighting for balanced budgets. democrat john perez for controller.
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looking live in the city of san francisco where the fbi swarmed a russian hill neighborhood shutting down that area for more than 16 hours. it reopened overnight. ally will have a live look at the investigation coming up in a minneapolis. i'm mike mibach. >> i'm claudine wong. we get a first look at the weather. you said it, a little june gloom out there? >> yes, in some parts of the bay but how about a beautiful morning over the walnut creek area and mount diablo. some of us have sunshine, some of us who had cloudy skies yesterday have a little sunshine in the inland areas, like livermore this morning. some of us not only dealing with the fog but it's patchy and dense along the coastline. over parts of the north bay as
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well. the good news, marine layer not as thick and will be a better burn off today. first the current temperatures, chilly in santa rosa and know vato -- novato, in the 40s in the overnight hours. now that the sun is up we'll begin to see a turnaround but it will take a little while. the rest of us in the 50s. 52 hayward with mostly cloudy skies. antioch with mostly cloudy skies. half-moon bay, mostly cloudy, a little patchy drizzle and temperatures holding in the 50s. here are the numbers from yesterday -- here is where we are going for today, napa 76 yesterday. today 80 degrees. meanwhile san francisco a few degrees warmer for you. five degrees warmer in concord. usually takes a five-degree difference before we start to feel it. 87 livermore. 74 oakland.
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67 san francisco. 79 san rafael. today will be the warmest day. we take a drop tomorrow and in the extended forecast a bigger warm-up. i'll show that you coming up. we're following developing news in san francisco where a nearly 15-hour fbi search just wrapped up early this morning. ally rasmous with more. >> reporter: according to a source on scene yesterday the fbi was looking for a man by the name of ryan chamberlain. according to neighbors he lived in this apartment building behind me. fbi agents yesterday were conducting a search -- executing a search warrant as part of a federal criminal investigation. according to investigators he's believed to have been storing hazardous materials in his apartment. fbi agents did an exhaustive search of the building between polk and van ness.
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and were on the scene from 8:00 yesterday morning until the overnight hours. the san francisco fire department and police were also here with police helping the fbi secure the area. while the search was going on the street was completely closed, people who lived in some of the other apartment units in the building were not allowed to go back home while the search was underway. that search wrapped up overnight last night. we have contacted the fbi this morning an we're trying to get more information on this investigation. as soon as we get an update from them we'll bring that to you on mornings on 2. deputies who checked on elliot roger weeks before the isla vista rampage are now being questioned as part of an internal investigation. four deputies, a university police officer and dispatcher in training responded to a request for a well fare check a month before the attack. the responding deputies described roger as timid and polite and determined he was not an immediate threat to
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anyone. investigators say the deputies didn't watch the disturbing videos posted on youtube though were aware of them. memorials to honor the victims are growing in isla vista. police say elliot roger killed six people before shooting himself, flowers and candles have been set up at each of the places where the victims were killed. yesterday uc santa barbara students spent the dahonoring the victims. >> we're getting people together to walk around to the different memorial sites to remember each of the victims. >> the walk was sponsored by the brady campaign which is working to reduce gun violence. santa barbara district attorney filed a motion to dismiss a case against one of the bay area victims. in january elliot roger accused his roommate james hong of san jose of stealing some candles and called police to report it. he was booked and later paid a fine. the district attorney told the san jose mercury news she wants to clear hong's record for the
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sake of his family. he was stabbed to death along with two other bay area students that shared the apartment with roger. wong graduated from freemont christian school before attending uc santa barbara. a man killed by a bart train has been identified. bart officials say 22-year-old tyler warden was walking on the tracks when struck after 10:00 friday night. passengers were forced to stay on the train for about two hours until the scene was cleared. the service between oakland and san francisco resumed about midnight. this morning we are learning the identity of the two workers killed in a construction accident in yolo county. officials say 49-year-old glen hundredthen of richmond and 29-year-old marcus st. powell of reading died when a basket held by a crane broke loose friday.
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it was at the site of the new car bridge. osha is investigating the deaths. there's no word on when construction will resume. a new report in the city of oakland reviewing seven years' worth of records of police officers and other city workers who retired on disability. the city recently learned a former police officer who left because of an injury in 2004 was working as an fbi agent in boston. according to the san francisco chronicle aaron mcfarland was collecting more than $52,000 a year in disability pay. reports says he was identified as the officer that shot and killed a friend of one of the suspects in the boston marathon bombing. happening now -- the annual escape from alcatraz triathlon just kicked off in san francisco. this is video from last year. today swimmers are making the 1.5-mile swim. athletes then will ride 18 miles down the great highway and golden gate park and then an eight-mile run through the presidio that ends at marina green. phil mickelson confirms
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he's part of an inside irtrading investigation including the company clorox. however, insists he's done nothing wrong. he's competing this weekend at a golf tournament in ohio and says he's cooperating with the fbi and its investigation. the feds are analyzing clorox stock purchases phil mickelson and a las vegas gambler made in 2011. that is around the same time the investor carl icahn was trying to take over the company. >> i can't go into much right now but in my statement, as i've said i've done absolutely nothing wrong. that is why i've been fully cooperating. >> icahn says he doesn't give out inside information and maintains he has an unblemished reported. -- record. tomorrow begins a big week for fans of apple products. the worldwide developers conference will be in san francisco. it features a thousand apple
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engineers and 5,000 developers. apple is expected to make major announcements regarding a redesigned mac operating system and improved i-phones and potentially a new i-phone and i-watch. great resort and -- graton resort and casino reported better earnings than expected. recording $101 million in net revenue. that ranks them in the top five of california indian casinos. last week the tribe discussed a payment plan to offset impants on the community -- two more vegas casinos struck deals but the threat of a strike at other hotels remain. more than 450 employees at the plaza las vegas club and golden gate are still without a contract. if negotiations are not made soon workers say they are prepared to go on strike. yesterday union negotiators reached agreement with the four
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queens hotel and casino. early voting is starting ahead of the california june primary. while it doesn't receive as much attention as the november election there are several key measures and races. mike honda hopes to return to washington. however he's facing a strong challenge from fellow democrat ro khanna, who was a trade representative for president obama. though there are republicans in the race polls suggest it could be a democrat versus democrat runoff in november. for the first time statewide offices will be under the top two voting systems. that means the two people receiving the most votes in each race will advance to the november general election no matter the party affiliation. all statewide offices up for grabs including governor and lieutenant governor. san jose mayor's race, top two candidates to be chosen. the city of hayward will run for new mayor.
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san francisco will vote on pop a, a bond -- prop a, a bond measure to upgrade the emergency response system in the city. the cannabis coalition says they will offer free marijuana to voters but there must be proof voters cast a ballot and must have a medical marijuana card there. are concerns the incentive may violate federal laws. pet adoptions continue in nearly 100 bay area shelters and pet stores for the biggest adoption event in the united states. nine states across the country are taking part in the annual mahdi's pet adoption days. the two-day event kicked off yesterday. the maddie's fund has donated $2,000 for every dog, cat and bunny that is adopted. >> if you're in the market for a pet come on down and get a free animal. >> all the adoptions are free and all the animals have been spayed and neutered. the group set aside $10 million for this year's event.
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it says the goal of maddie's fund is to find a loving home for every animal. gridlock in the wine country as thousands flood the napa valley for the festival but organizers say despite the large crowds no major problems are being reported. police are going to be in force to try to keep it that way. >> after the deadly landslide in washington state traffic once again moving through the town of oso. >> turning up the dial on the afternoon highs for today. what can you expect for your area in the extended forecast? coming up.
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firsrefused all debates.rnly now honda's slinging mud, launching false attacks. isn't it time to put the old politics aside? the chronicle endorses ro khanna, saying he "offers an upgrade in congress for silicon valley." and the mercury news says, "ro khanna is ready for the congress of tomorrow...
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...while honda is a politician of the past." for our future: ro khanna. khanna: i'm ro khanna and i approve this message.
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more than two months after a devastating landslide in washington state a lane has reopened in the town of oso. 43 people were killed in that massive landslide in march. victims included a 4-month-old girl and 91-year-old woman. >> still amazing. there was houses here. now there's none. >> eastern as we're all walking -- even as we're all walking people don't get to see the real tragedy behind this. what mother nature is really capable of doing with no notice. >> the highway may not fully reopen until at least october. the state plans to spend 21 million dollars in federal funds to protect it from future flooding. we are learning more this morning about the six americans who have been detained for three weeks in honduras on
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weapons charges. aqua quest international says six employees including the company president were detained when police raided their ship and found a gun. the captain of the ship says the weapon was on board to protect against pirates. the company officials also say the detainees don't have access to good sanitation and are not being properly fed. president obama could come face to face with russian president vladimir putin this woke. obama scheduled to fly to europe tomorrow on tuesday he will first meet with polish leaders in warsaw. he will then stay in poland wednesday to talk to president-elect of ukraine. president obama then heads to bell jam for an international economic meeting friday. then he will go to normandy, france, and vladimir putin will also take part. however, there are no plans of a formal meeting between the two leaders. today new draft standards for cutting greenhouse gas
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emissions from existing power plants set to be released. the new guidelines are part of president obama's new action plan meantime to meantime to bashon pollution. vector creel planning on fogging for mosquitos in sunnyvale. it's to start tomorrow morning and lasts several hours. it comes after increasing activity in recent weeks. since the arrival of west nile virus in california in 2003 more than 4,000 people across the state contracted the disease and 145 people have died. starting today open burns will be banned in several bay area counties. napa, lake, solano and sonoma counties. campfires are allowed in
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designated campgrounds with permission. the ban is taking effect about two weeks earlier than last year, a month earlier than 2012 because of the high fire danger. the ban will be in effect through the end of fire season. the atlantic hurricane season starts today and weather experts are testing new ways to improve the forecast. for the first time researchers are going to be dropping small drones into storms. they are hoping to learn more about how the storms strengthen so they can better predict the intensity. forecasters are predicting 18 tropics and three to six hurricanes. the atlantic hurricane season runs through november 30th. beautiful start to june at least in parts of the bay area. in other parts it's a little cloudy and gloomy to start this new month in the bay area. >> yeah, a a perfect gloomy start to the day. getting across the bay bridge may have a tough time. visibility is low this morning in areas like san francisco, along the coast over parts of the north bay, it's very soupy out there at least from this direction.
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you get into the east bay and plenty of sunshine, a beautiful start to your morning, let's look at the overview. we have the morning clouds. we have the patchy fog and it's thick in cases. it has to do with the ridge of high pressure that is dominating our weather pattern for today. the sinking air associated with that is bringing that marine layer, sort of panning it closer to the ground and that is what creates that very thick fog even patchy drizzle a possibility over parts of the coast. perhaps inland as well. that's what we're dealing with this morning. on the flip side, the marine layer is shallower by a thousand feet. we have a quicker burnoff going on today. temperatures warmer this afternoon as well with warmer air moving into the bay area. so mid to upper 80s in the forecast for today. yesterday most of us were in the low 80s at least for the inland cities. for today around the bay we'll see an increase in temperatures as well. the onshore breeze not going to go away completely but it's fairly light. fairfield reporting 10 miles per hour, yesterday it was gusting to 20 25á and we know
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that cool air is what helps to bring that cool air in through the delta and all the way to the central valley when it's strong enough. not today. 50 in antioch. 55 oakland. over to the north bay temperatures holding but still chilly. santa rosa 48. upper 40s reported in novato. 55 redwood city. 58 mountainview. 53 san jose. as we get into the afternoon we can check in on one of these numbers here. concord will go into the mid to upper 80s for the second half of the day. warmer for you by 10:00 or so. already mild. 70 degrees. as we get into the afternoon low 80s for the first half, mid to upper 80s for the second half. 77 at 7:00 this evening. so mostly sunny and 77, that is going to feel good as you get into the evening hours. you're going to see the as play this afternoon. it will be a nice day as well. temperatures this afternoon will range in the low 70s around oakland with a light westerly breeze, partly cloudy to mostly sunny skies. if you're sitting there in the
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sun, warm enough to need the sunblock. remember the little ones, 82novato this afternoon. 69 sausalito. so temperatures comfortable depending on where you're at. a little warm but not too hot in areas like livermore, 87 antioch and 87 pittsburgh. in and along the east bay shoreline widespread low to mid-70s. in the santa clara valley a warm day nor you, 80 morgan hill. mid-70s santa cruz with partly cloudy skies. 80 for redwood city. 73 san bruno. upper 60s in san francisco yesterday. san francisco low 60s so you may feel the difference there for the seconds half of your afternoon. extended forecast, notice today into tomorrow a big drop coming our way. that is a notable drop for most of us, as we get into tuesday mostly sunny skies. temperatures rebound, a subtle bump in the numbers there and then a bigger warm-up coming in by mid-week wednesday and into
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thursday. temperatures ranging in the upper 80s to low 90s for inland cities, upper 70s to near 80 around the bay and upper 60s coastside. back to you. the state department of health released the latest numbers of whooping cough. officials report more than 2,600 cases statewide through tuesday, 83% of those infected were infants or other children. sonoma county had the high e number of cases in the state with 410. health experts - kaiser is going to be opening the doors to its new hospital in sa ly-and-row. it's scheduled to open tuesday. it's replacing the hayward hospital for not shutting down for not meeting safety standards. it's equipped with with the latest medical technology and provides patient rooms with private guest beds. it will be opening two more hospitals later this year in oakland and redwood city. finally free after years in captivity. >> we will continue to stay
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strong for beau while he recovers. >> sergeant bowe bergdahl's parents anxiously awaiting a reunion while political fallout over his negotiated release continues. >> baseball fields gets upgrades.
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friends and family came out to sport dozens of berkeley graduates in a special ceremony yesterday. the african-american graduation of berkeley high was held yesterday afternoon. a film actor was the keynote speaker, he says a lot has changed since 1976 when he was a student. >> to come back and see the kinds of programs they have right now, and enthusiasm that the kids are -- how they
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participate, it makes me feel very good. >> evans says when he attended the late drama teacher florence shwomenly discouraged african-american students from taking part in the theater. the oakland as scored 10 runs or more in 10 game this season. in the north derek norris pops up to left. kyle with the solo shot above 362 mark the as down one. now tied and looking to take the lead, one to right field. nick punto and jed lowery come around to score with two runs, three-bagger. a crushing blow down the line, send it to city hall, his 10th on the year.
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as win 11-3. sonny gray on the hill today. giants in st. louis, still with the chance to win the series this afternoon. oscar tavares in the fifth, in his first major league game. see you later and welcome to the big leagues. 1-0 cards, just like that. a couple of rain delays in this ballgame and the giants offense disappeared along with the sunshine. cards win this 2-0 and tim hudson throwing for the giants today. some east bay little leaguers got a few pointers from a big league star. oakland as outfielder josh reddick gave little leaguers a clinic yesterday. the ballfield recently had new upgrades. richmond's mayor says the improvements should encourage youngsters to get out and learn the sport. >> to be in the outdoors and learning the skill and learning how to be a partner and the
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team spirits, mode of operation, is all going to add to the health of our young people. >> the oakland as and pg&e pg&e provided the funding to renovate that baseball field. a high school teacher in minnesota is making headlines after getting her students to give up cell phones for a week. katie pettitte is a math teacher at kimball high school and made a deal if students would give up cell phones for a week she would not require them to take the final exam. nearly every one of their 11th graders turned up to turn in their phone. >> the catchy korean hit is passing the 2 billion mark on youtube. so far this year nearly 100 million people watched that video. it was first uploaded in july of 2012. the focus of an fbi
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investigation for hours. the san francisco apartment building that has both hazmat crews and federal investigators busy in the neighborhood that was affected. >> and police still reacting after a 9-year-old was attacked with a hammer at an oakland elementary school. the changes parents should expect. tomorrow. >> a warmer day on tap. and when will the pesky clouds clear?
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federal agents continue to look for the man who lived at this apartment building. the latest on the fbi investigation in san francisco. >> a car crash into an almeida county sheriff's deputy vehicle in oakland overnight. what police say the driver was doing before the crash. >> thousands are tackling the famous swim from alcatraz to san francisco and getting to shore, it's just the beginning. mornings on 2 continues next. good morning. welcome to "mornings on 2", sunday, june 1st. i'm mike mibach. >> i'm claudine wong. rosemary has more. >> june gloom to go around the bay along the coast.
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into parts of the north bay but we want to take you to where there is sunshine. into the inner east bay. you can see mount diablo, mostly sunny skies, just a little haze and humidity. good air quality today. storm tracker 2 is going to be a quiet day. ridge of high pressure will be in place for today. that will drive our temperatures up. also helping to sort of squash that marine layer. so it's half of what it was yesterday. yesterday we woke one a 2,000-feet deep marine layer this morning. about a thousand feet and sinking air associated with that ridge of high pressure is pushing it closer to the ground. so we're also waking up with very soupy thick fog along the coast. seeing it in san francisco. visibility down in areas like santa rosa, the good news is because the marine layer is shallower it will burn off quicker. i'm already seeing it begin to clear out. 58 degrees now in walnut creek. a lot of the numbers like yesterday morning. so if you're stepping out you know what to expect. it's a chilly start in novato,
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santa rosa, mid to upper 40s there. areas like fairfield mostly sunny and already 61 degrees. 58 pittsburg. and -- afternoon highs three to six degrees warmer than yesterday. 87 for antioch as well as livermore. low 80s for napa, santa rosa. widespread 60s and 70s around the bay, even 80s expected in redwood city and low 80s in san jose. it's going to be warm. even a little above the seasonal average. temperatures will take a fall. as early as tomorrow. then we heat back up. a look at the extended forecast coming up. we are following developing news for you in san francisco this morning. where an fbi search started yesterday morning and stretched well into the night. ally rasmuss tells us what they were looking for. >> reporter: according to a
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source from one of the agencies on scene yesterday the fbi is looking for a man by the name of ryan chamberlain who is, according to investigators police have -- say he's been storing hazardous materials in his apartment. according to neighbors the apartment building behind me is where chamberlain lived. there were multiple investigators going in and out of the building yesterday wearing hazmat gear, fbi agents executing a search warrant as part of a criminal investigation. the fbi says they've not arrested anyone in connection with this case and are still looking for chamberlain. the san francisco fire department and san francisco police were also on scene throughout the day and into the overnight hours as police helping the fbi secure the area. while the search was going on the street was completely closed, people who lived in the other apartment units in this building not allowed to go back home while investigators did their work and research was underway. we're still awaiting updated information from the fbi this morning about the status of the investigation. the search for chamberlain, and more details about what was found in his apartment.
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again according to a source from one of the agencies who responded to the scene here yesterday the fbi is looking for a man by the name of ryan chamberlain believed to have been storing hazardous materials in that apartment building. we will continue to try and get more information from the fbi and bring it to you later in the show. live in san francisco,cut channel 2 news. deputies say a drunk driver crashed into an almeida county sheriff's patrol vehicle in hayward about 2:40 this morning. officials say the deputy was stopped at hathaway avenue and west a street and hit head on by the vehicle. the driver was arrested on suspicion of dui, no one was hurt. athletes from around the world are taking part in the 34th annual escape from alcatraz triathlon. it kicked off 30 minutes ago with the 1.5-mile swim this. is video i believe from last year. after that athletes will ride 18 miles down the great highway and through golden gate park.
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the race finishes with an eight-mile run through the presidio that ends at marina green. about 2,000 people are attempting the escape. tomorrow an oakland police officer will be stationed at an elementary school where a 9-year-old was attacked with a hammer. it happened friday morning in west oakland. police say the mother of another student lured that third grader into a bathroom and then assaulted her. the girl is expected to recover. hasima diame was arrested on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon. this morning the search for six climbers missing on mount rainier in washington state have been suspended because of dangerous conditions. and hopes are fading of finding survivors. a treck up liberty ridge was done yesterday, one of the most advanced areas of the mountain. rangers believe they fell 3,000 feet and couldn't have survived.
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signals from the climbers' emergency beacons were detected in an area known for falling rocks, snow and ice. search crews have been unable to reach the area because of the extreme avalanche danger. >> basically this search has come to a very tragic end. not viable that anybody would survive. >> this is a worst climbing disaster on mount rainier since 1981 when 11 climbers were killed by an avalanche on the ingram glacier. it's one of the most popular destinations in the world for climbers attracting as many as 50,000 climbaries year. chp is investigating a deadly crash that happened 9:45 last night on the eastbound lanes of highway 84 east of 680 in alameda county. chp says big rig and red car crashed head on killing the driver of the car. a white suv also crashed into the big rig, the driver of the
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white suv who was pregnant was not injured -- was injured. >> preliminary reports have it that the red vehicle, red ford, that was traveling in the eastbound direction crossed over the double yellow line somehow and hit the big rig. >> officers say it took more than two hours for the roadway to reopen. school playground in vallejo off limits to students now after it was destroyed in a suspicious fire. it broke out 10:00 yesterday afternoon at loma vista elementary school on rainier avenue. neighbors say the smell of burning plastic spread across that neighborhood shortly after the fire started. >> it could have been like an electrical fire somewhere. you could smell it. a lot of burnt rubber smell. >> investigators believe arrestists are to blame because arrestists are to blame -- arsonists are to blame. >> with the kids running by and
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hearing their conversation i figured that maybe they were up to something because i saw them in the school earlier playing. >> the fire caused about $25,000 in damage. no one was hurt. thousands of music fans are expected in napa today for the final day of the bottlerock music festival. as many as 30,000 people are expected, the pack the napa valley expo this weekend to see artists perform. no major problems reported but police still out there in full force to look for drivers under the influence. neighbor also raised concerns about noise and traffic. this year's festival has a new promoter after the company that produced the show last year declared bankruptcy. >> see the full line-up at ktvu.com. many bottlerock fans face long waits after the festival yesterday for a cab or bus. many people waited in line for two hours to take a shuttle bus to the main parking area.
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the big crowds also caused gridlock out there on city streets. one runway at oakland international airport will be closed tonight for work related to safety improvements. that closure is not expected to cause flight delays or have an impact on passengers. the runway is scheduled to close at 11:00 tonight and will reopen at 6:00 tomorrow morning. mad dash for cash continues across the state this weekend thanks to a modern-day scavenger hunt from a mystery donor. that donor tweets under the name "hiddencash" and leaves envery loapts with cash across the -- envelopes with cash across the state. follow >> followers look for clues on twitter. >> i need money. >> it may be in the trash? >> i don't know. the bench. i don't know. the grass? >> do you remember this? one man found an envelope taped to that fire hydrant.
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filled with cash. it all happened live on mornings on 2, after the hidden cash donor planted cash in san jose and san francisco. it's a tour that featured some big-name artists and now people who bought tickets will be getting a refund. >> the "jesus christ superstar" tour announced the tour is being called off. they have not said why. andrew lloyd webber and tim rice released the rock opera in 1970. several celebrities are cast in major roles. the show was supposed to make a stop in san jose in july so if you bought a ticket you will get a refund. remembering those killed in the isla vista killing rampage. coming up, how people in freemont plan to honor one of the victims. >> we looked forward to continuing the recovery of our son which is going to be a
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considerable task for the family. >> anxiously awaiting the homecoming of their son after years of captivity. sergeant bowe bergdahl is free this morning. more on the treatment he's now receiving. >> outside our doors, i'm tracking a warm-up for the bay area sunday.
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he was captured in 2009 just two months after he deployed to afghanistan. he spent five years in captivity before the white house secured his release in exchange for freeing five detainees at guantanamo bay. bergdahl's father grew his hair out in support of his son and spoke out about his son's release at the white house. >> thank you so much. we just can't communicate the words this morning when we heard from the president. >> bergdahl is the last known u.s. prisoner of war from the conflicts in iraq and afghanistan. he's currently receiving medical treatment in germany and will be moved to a medical center in san antonio, texas when he's well enough. >> we made an iron-clad commitment to bring our priefs of war home. that is who we are as americans. it's a profound obligation within our military and today at least in this instance it's
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a promise we've been able to keep. >> president obama spoke out following bergdahl's release saying he was never forgotten during his years in captivity. the white house has not commented on reports that bergdahl may have been captured by the taliban after deserting the military in afghanistan. >> our primary focus i think as you all know was getting sergeant bergdahl back. we've done that as i said, as president obama said, as a result of the help of a lot of people. >> defense secretary chuck hagel also spoke out about bergdahl's release. he says it's possible it could lead to further negotiations with the taliban but that was not the focus of the swap. hagel also says he hopes to meet privately with bergdahl as soon as he's able to. two republican lawmakers say the exchange of prisoners at guantanamo bay for sergeant bergdahl violated u.s. law.
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congressman howard mckeean of los angeles and a senator from oklahoma says the president is required by law to notify congress 30 days before the transfer of any terrorism detainee. the white house says the prisoner exchange under unique circumstances. mckeean is the chairman of the armed services committee. a bay area mother says she can only imagine the joy and release the bergdahl family is experiencing. >> my husband and i had three sons and -- in iraq and afghanistan and many, many times and i can't imagine what happened to the sergeant happening to one of my boys. but i can imagine the excitement and relief and all the emotions that the parents are feeling. >> she's a founding member of the east bay blue star moms offering support to troops when deployed and after they return home. you can find more on bowe bergdahl return on ktvu.com.
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chuck hagel arrived in afghanistan this morning for the handover of security to afghan forces. hagel's visit to bagram airfield comes a week after president obama also made a surprise trip there. hagel is scheduled to get an update for plans on u.s. forces to withdraw from afghanistan by the end. year. leaving just 10,000 troops. president obama called for fewer than 1,000 troops to remain in afghanistan by the ends of 2016. 8:17. it's the escape from alcatraz triathlon. rosemary, pretty foggy on san francisco bay. i'm sure if i was there i would get lost somewhere. >> it's very thick. thankfully they've been practicing. in the meanwhile as they run and the rest of their race they are actually in pretty good shape because they've got cloudy cool conditions. that is nice when you're trying
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to make that run. let's look at where we've got some sunshine this morning. inland areas are actually waking up to a beautiful start with plenty of blue sky, sun shining. temperatures already warming. in the upper 50s and low 60s. satellite view showing fairly quiet up above the clouds and fog. ridge of high pressure in control of our weather pattern. you can almost see the circulation going around in a clockwise mostly clockwise -- motion. storm track to the north of us, that ridge of high pressure pinning down that marine layer. yesterday it was 2,000 feet deep. this morning it's a thousand feet deep. as it compresses it and pushes it closer to the ground we get low visibility and patchy dense fog. in and around san francisco, along the coast, even parts of the north bay reporting some of that. 59 degrees now in walnut creek. low 60s antioch. mostly sunny and relatively mild already outside. but if you head to the north bay it's a chilly one.
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novato, 47. 49 santa rosa. around the bay mostly cloudy skies and holding in the 50s this morning. half-moon bay, perhaps even patchy drizzle in your neighborhood. 50 degrees, a cool start there as well. we'll head to the peninsula and look at more numbers. 57 for sunnyvale and 52fromont. yesterday a beautiful day in napa. today going to be just as nice but warmer, if you're going to be out in the sun. just something to think about. maybe the sunblock or extra water. don't forget the sun shades. 73 at noontime. 83 by 4:00 and then 64 as we settle into the evening at 8:00 this evening. temperatures around the region going to be anywhere from 3:00 -- 3 to 6 to 8 degrees warmer than yesterday. 69 sausalito.
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low 70s for richmond as well as berkeley. 86 walnut creek. 87 brentwood. so temperature feeling a little toasty. 75 hayward. a few degrees above the seasonal average but not by much. 57 santa cruz with partly cloudy skies for the afternoon. 75. partly cloudy to mostly cloudy remaining along the coastline. low 60s along the coast. 73 san bruno, 80 redwood city. 67 in san francisco. a beautiful day there to be out walking around. maybe along the embarcadero, maybe union square. extended forecast showing you a big drop coming our way. as early as tomorrow. you'll feel that. 79 degrees expected for inland cities for your monday afternoon. upper 60s around the bay and 60 degrees expected along the coast. then another warming trepid. it will be a gradual start by tuesday. by wednesday into thursday upper 80s and low 90s in the forecast for the inland cities. upper 70s to near eighty
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around the bay and upper 60s at the shore. back to you. an army veteran is back home with his family after surprising them at a little league game in sutter county. it was the last game of the season for the young players and before 5-year-old wyatt jensen was called to the field his father corporal andrew jensen came out for the surprise. it had been a year since he saw his father. at first he didn't recognize him. [ applause ] >> corporal jensen said he planned the surprise with his mother about two months ago. he says his family wasn't expecting him to return until sometime in june but after serving for five years and two overseas deployments he's now back with his family for good. it is one of the largest aids charity events in the world.
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with top musician and former president bill clinton. >> what a northern california horse is doing to prepare for a very important race.
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gridlock. teacher layoffs. and a 60 billion dollar budget deficit. that's what john perez faced when he became speaker of the california assembly. so he partnered with governor brown to pass three balanced budgets, on time. for the first time in thirty years. today, the deficits are gone and we've invested an additional 2 billion dollars in education.
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now john perez is running for controller, to keep fighting for balanced budgets. democrat john perez for controller. this is a photo that angelina sent us
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after her car came to a stop in her home yesterday. no one was hurt but the family is not allowed back home though and now is staying at a hotel. seven people killed after a private jet crashed in massachusetts. it happened at 9:40 last night near hanscomb air force base in bedford, about 20 miles outside of bomb. the jet was headed to atlantic city international airport in new jersey. the faa says it appears the plane caught fire shortly after takeoff. officials say lewis katz, the owner of the -- co-owner of the philadelphia enquirer is among the victims. it crashed on departure with seven people on board. i'm sorry to report there were no survivors. >> katz was one of two business moguls who bought out the partners last week with an $88 million bid for the enquirer. the national transportation safety board is investigating. california chrome is preparing to go for the triple crown at belmont park next
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weekend. he ran five fur longs yesterday in under a minute. the trainers are happy about this. so far he's already won the kentucky derby and preakness and now the northern california bred horse is hoping to end the longest triple crown drought during the belmont stakes saturday. >> he's ready to work. he's climbing otoof his skin right now. he's telling me he's ready to work. >> owners say he couldn't be more ready to compete. chrome will have today off before hitting the track again tomorrow. the last triple crown winner was back in 1978. disney's newest movie cast a spell on the weekend's box office. there's evil in this room. >> it's a darker reimagining of the sleeping beauty story with an emphasis on the conflicted villain. it's on pace to generate $79 million. free animal adoptions this weekend. >> you're so lucky foxy.
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>> reporter: checking in on maddie's pet adoptions, biggest event of its kind in the united states. >> after a daylong search of an apartment building federal agents continue to look for the man who livered there. the latest on an fbi investigation in san francisco. >> a warmer day shaping up around the bay area. we'll check in on the currents conditions and compare some of the numberings for the afternoon coming up. the world of fashion is split in two. you can either have high-end or low-price. or you can go to t.j.maxx and you can have it all for up to 50% off department store prices. t.j. maxx.
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continuing to follow the developing story from san francisco where fbi agents raided a building in the city. hazardous materials scare and reported on the investigation. i'm mike m ibach.
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>> i'm claudine wong. rosemary checking in on how june is shaping up. >> june gloom we'll call it. looks a lot like yesterday here. we do have changes underway. thema reap layer half of what it was yesterday. yesterday it was 2,000 feet deep, it's pinned closer to the ground with a ridge of high pressure and sinking air associated with it. compressing it. this morning we're waking up but not only patchy drizzle but very thick fog in cases, in areas along the coastline, san francisco, santa rosa reporting visibility to a mile earlier this morning. but it's already beginning to clear. it's not again as thick and i think we are going to see a quicker burnoff. in fact i'm already seeing it. here along the bayside communities and cities we're still mostly cloudy, partly cloudy along parts of the peninsula, mountainview partly cloudy to mostly sunny. san jose mostly sunny and temperatures this morning, a lot like yesterday, and already
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beginning to warm up. 64 in antioch. 61 walnut creek, 54 oakland, still mostly gray, a chilly start in some areas, those are colder temperatures i've seen so far with fog overhead and temperature in the 40s. that is a chilly start for you. so if you're going to be out any time soon just test the waters so to speak before heading out. you may need a jacket. temperatures from yesterday into today a notable warm-up coming to napa this afternoon. 83 expected there. 76 san jose yesterday. today going to 81. a notable warm-up in your neighborhood as well. here's a look around. low 60s, partly cloudy skies to mostly cloudy skies at the coast. around the bay 60s and 70. 80 expected in redwood city for the afternoon. mid to upper 80s for the inland cities. today's going to be the warmest day. we take a pretty big drop as
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soon as tomorrow. i'll look at the numbers and in the extended forecast a bigger warm-up coming. more on that in a bit. we begin with an fbi investigation in san francisco. it is a search that lasted through the early hours of this morning. ktvu's ally rasuss live in fran. >> reporter: -- san francisco. >> the streets between polk and van ness reopened after an almost 15-hour search in the russian hill neighborhood. yesterday fbi agents suited up from head-to-toe in hazmat suits. police and fire department also on scene helping the fbi secure the area. according to a source from one of the agencies at the scene yesterday the fbi was looking for a man named ryan chamberlain who according to investigators has been storing
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hazardous materials in his apartment. as of last night the fbi said they've made no arrests, still searching for chamberlain but the search of this apartment lasted for more than 15 hours from 8:00 in the morning yesterday well into the hours overnight. during that time many of the residents on this block were not allowed to return to their homes. we're still awaiting an update from the fbi this morning to ask them about, more specifically what may have been found if anything in this apartment building and where they believe mr. chamberlain is. we're wait to to -- waiting to hear back from them. we'll bring it to you as soon as we can. deputies who checked on elliot roger weeks before the isla vista rampage are being questioned as part of an internal investigation. four deputies, a university police officer and dispatcher in training responded to a request for a welfare check a month before the attack. the responding deputies described him as timied and
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polite and determined he was not an immediate threat to anyone. investigators say the deputies didn't watch the disturbing videos he posted on youtube though they were aware of them. memorials to honor the victims of the rampage are growing in isla vista, police say roger killed six people before shooting himself. flowers and candles have been set up at the places where the victims were killed. yesterday uc santa barbara students spent the dahonoring those victims. >> we're getting people together to walk around to the different memorial sites to remember each of the victims. >> the walk was sponsored by the brady campaign which is working to reduce done violence. the santa barbara district attorney filed a motion to dismiss a death case against one of the bay area victims. elliot roger had accused his roommate, hong of stealing candles, later reported it.
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he was booked later and the prosecution wants that case dismissed in honor for his family. david huang is also stabbed in the rampage. there is a memorial service tonight. a man hit and killed by a bart train at the west oakland train identified. bart officials say 22-year-old tyler warden was walking on the tracks when struck after 10:00 friday night. passengers were forced to stay on the train for about two hours until the scene was cleared. then service between oakland and san francisco resumed around midnight. this morning we have also learned the identities of the two workers killed in a construction accident in yolo county. officials say 44-year-old glen hodgson of richmond and 29-year-old marcus st. powell of reading died when a basket held by a crane broke loose friday night. that happened at the site of
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the new winters bridge. cal osha is investigating the death and no word on when construction will resume. phil mickelson confirms he's part of an insider investigation involving the company chlorox, however, insists he's done nothing wrong. he says he's cooperating with the fbi in its investigation. the feds are analyzing chlorox stock purchases, phil mickelson and a las vegas gambler gambler. made. >> i can't go into much right now but as i said in my statement i have done absolutely nothing wrong. and that's why i have been fully cooperating. >> icahn says he doesn't give out inside information and maintains he has an unblemished reported. unblemished record. the 44th annual escape from alcatraz triathlon is underway in san francisco.
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some started the swim about an hour ago. after the swimmage swi after -- there is another race. and many are expected to cross the finish line in the next hour or so. graton resorts and casino are reporting better than expected earnings. recording $101 million in net revenue, that ranks it in the top five among indian california casinos. two more vegas casinos struck deals with union negotiators but the threat of a strike at other hotels remains. more than 450 employees at the plaza, las vegas club and
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golden gate still without a contract. if negotiations not made soon workers say they are prepared to strike. yesterday union negotiators reached an agreement with four queens hotel resort. tomorrow begins a big weekend for fans of apple products. the apple products conference will begin in san francisco. it features a thousand applenings nears and 5,000 developers. and -- there's expected to be major announcements about a redesigned mac operating system and potentially a new i-phone and i-watch. registered voters in the bay area are opening. the new early voting doesn't receive as much attention as the key election but there are several key measures and races. mike honda hopes to return to washington but is facing a strong challenge from a fellow
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democrat, ro khanna, a trade representative for president obama. there could be a democrat versus democrat runoff in november. for the first time statewide offices will be under the top two voting system, that means the top two receiving the most votes in each race will advance to the november general election no matter the party affiliation. all statewide offices are up for grabs including governor and lieutenant governor. in the san jose mayor race voters choose top two candidates for a runoff in november. the city of hayward will elect a new mayor and one chemist is running for mayor and governor. san francisco will vote on a proposition, a, a bond measure to upgrade the city's emergency response system. the cannabis coalition says it will offer discounts for free marijuana to voters but you must show you cast a ballot and have a medical marijuana card. fair warning, there are concerns that this inssennive may actually -- incentive may
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tell violate federal laws. there is the biggest adoption event in the united states happening today. 591 cities and nine states across the country are taking part in the annual maddie's pet adoption days. >> if you're in the market for a nice little cat or dog or bunny rabbit come on down and get a free animal. >> all the adoptions are free and all the animals have been spayed and neutered. the group set aside $10 million for this year's event. it says the goal is to find a loving home for every animal. more than 100 dogs from an animal shelter in bakers field now with their new families. yesterday dogs were on planes destined for oregon and washington state. "wings for rescue" every week flies animals from overcrowded
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shelters to locations where there's more need for adoptable pets. >> hundreds of thousands of dogs and cats are euthanized every year. perfectly adoptable healthy lovable pets. they should be in new homes, should not be in the euthanization chamber. >> the pilots involved with wings for rescue donate their time, gas and aircraft to help rescue dogs and find them their forever homes. six climbers presumed dead on washington's mount rainier. >> basically this search has come to a very tragic end. >> why the search has been suspended and what we're learning about a climber from northern california. >> june signals the start of hurricane season in the atlantic. predictions about the number of upcoming storms coming up. >> mostly sunny and warmer day is on the way for your sunday. how much higher temperatures will go for your afternoon and how long it's going to last. >> first we go outside -- look at that fog. that june gloom rosemary keeps talking about.
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however traffic looking better. firsrefused all debates.rnly now honda's slinging mud, launching false attacks. isn't it time to put the old politics aside? the chronicle endorses ro khanna, saying he "offers an upgrade in congress for silicon valley." and the mercury news says, "ro khanna is ready for the congress of tomorrow... ...while honda is a politician of the past." for our future: ro khanna. khanna: i'm ro khanna and i approve this message.
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more than two months after a devastating landslide if washington state
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one lane of the state highway reopened in the town of oso. traffic on state route 530 started to slow around noon yesterday following a moment of silence. 43 people were killed in the massive landslide in march. victims included a 4-month-old girl and 91-year-old woman. >> still amazing. there was houses here. now there's none. >> even as we're all walking, people don't get to see the real tragedy. what mother nature is really capable of doing. and what w no notice. >> the highway may not fully reopen until at least october the state is planning on spending design 21 million in -- $21 million in future floods to protect from future flooding. americans in honor dooras for three weeks held on weapon charges. the captain of the ship says there was a weapon on board but it was to protect against
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pirates. officials say there's no access to good sanitation and they are not being properly fed. president obama could come face-to-face with with russian president putin this week. he will fly to europe tomorrow, on tuesday he will first meet with polish leaders in warsaw, then will stay in poland wednesday to talk to the president-elect of ukraine. president obama then heads to belgium for an international economic meeting and friday, normtddy, france to mark the 70th anniversary of d-day when u.s. forces landed on the normandy beaches as part of world war ii. vladimir putin will also take part, however, no plans of a formal meeting between the two leaders. guests including former president clinton and ricky mart gain turned out for the largest fundraiser for aids research. several singers also attended the event in vienna. >> when
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all the joy of this evening, never forget what lies behind it, the determination of every person giving here to give every child a better chance. thank you so much. [ cheering and applause ] >> this is the 20th year that ball has opinion held. starting today open burns will be banned in several bay area counties. it's in effect in napa, lake, solano and sonoma counties. cal fire may issue special permits for agricultural work. campfires are allowed in designated campgrounds with permission. the ban is taking effect two weeks earlier than last year, a months earlier compared to 2012 because of the high fire danger. the ban in effect through the end of fire season. the atlantic hurricane season starts today and weather experts are working on new ways to improve forecasts. for the first time researchers will be dropping small drones into the storms. they are hoping to learn more about how storms strengthen so
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they can better predict their intensity, forecasters are predicting eight to 13 tropical storms and three to six headlines. the atlantic headline season runs through november 30th. your time is 8:47. let's head to rosemary who is trying to clear things up for us on this first day of june. >> it will be a warmer day. most of us will see a degree or two of warming along the coastline. a few degrees in san francisco. how about a beautiful shot of mount diablo. mostly sunny skies and temperatures already climbing where the supis shining. in a -- sun is shining. in anut shell here you go, morning clouds, visibility down to a mile in areas, near santa rosa earlier. but clouds are beginning to clear. the marine layer only half as deep as it was yesterday morning. it has to do with the ridge of high pressure in control of our weather pattern fortoday.
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the sinking air associated with that ridge of high pressure pushing that marine layer, pinning it down. that is why it's closer to the ground and that that is why we have patchy thick and dense fog along the coastline and parts of san francisco. it's getting better. already beginning to clear. temperatures at the coast for today, low 60s. just a tad warmer but i think we will be partly cloudy to mostly cloudy along the coastline continuing for today. around the bay mid to upper 70s for some of the upper spots in inland cities, in the mid to upper 80s. i don't see 90s in the neighborhoods but we will get there eventually. i'll show you that in the extended forecast. onshore breeze is light but there. talking 9 miles per hour in fairfield. yesterday morning we started with a gust of about 25. so that onshore breeze not going to help out. if you don't like the heat we need that delta breeze through at least our inlicensed areas to get that cool air but not today. 49 degrees in santa rosa. one of the cooler locations with the fog overhead.
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54 oakland, 55 san jose. as we get into the afternoon for today we've got nice weather coming your way in concord. 74 degrees expected by 11:00. mid to upper 70s by the lunch hour. low to mid-80s as we get into the second half of the afternoon. and then settling in to 8:00, 73 degrees, a nice mild summer-like evening. if you go to see the as play this afternoon. mostly sunny skies, it's going to be a warm one today. warming into the 70s around oakland, 70 degrees at game time. 105 with the light westerly breeze, and then going into the low 70s for the second half. i think oakland 74. so brings the sunblock and extra water. 83 napa today. 83 sonoma. mid-80s in clear lake. a very warm day inland but not too hot. 87 livermore. 87pitts burg. 74 san leandro.
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and 81 show, if you're thinking of the greek fest, 81 san jose. 70s to 80s along the peninsula. 67 san francisco. low 60s along the coastline. your extended forecast, warmer someday -- day today. temperatures drop monday and gradual warming trend for the rest of the business week. kaiser will soon be opening the doors to its new hospital in san leandro. it's scheduled to open tuesday. the new location is replacing the hayward hospital which is getting shut down for not meeting seismic safety standards. the new location is equipped with the latest medical technologies and features private patient rooms with pull out guest beds. they will open two more hospitals this year in oakland southwest in redwood city. it's a surprise one little leaguer in northern california will not soon forget. >> no cell phones for an
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entire week. the deal one teacher made with the high school students to give up the phones.
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there was a special ceremony yesterday. television and film actor art evans was the keynote speaker
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of the high school he graduated from in 1976. he says a lot has changed since he was a student. >> to come back and see the kinds of programs they have right now and the enthusiasm that the kids are -- how they participate. it makes me feel very good. >> evans says when he attended the late drama teacher florence scwimmley discouraged african-american students from taking part in theater. some are trying to put together a petition to take her name off the student's little theater. last night the oakland as versus the angels in the fourth. donald scores scores -- donaldson scores.
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nick punto and lowery coming to score. next inning, he gets it. it's a crushing blow down the line, send to it city hall folks, his 10th on the year. as win 11-3. sonny gray on the hill today. giants wrapping up a four-game set in st. louis and still have a chance to win this afternoon. oscar tavares, the new phenom, in the first major league game, see you later, webb to the big -- welcome to the big leagues. 1-0 cards. the giants offense disappeared along with the sunshine in st. louis. cards win 2-0. some east bay little leaguers got pointers from a big league star. oakland as outfielder josh reddick gave little leaguers a clinic on
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harbor way yesterday afternoon. the ballfield was recently upgraded with new grass, even a new backstop. the mayor says the improvements should encourage judgesters to get out -- youngsters to get out and enjoy the sport. >> learning how to be a partner in the team spirit, mode of operation, all of that is going to add to the health of our young people. >> the oakland as, pg&e pg&e provided the funding to renovate that baseball field. a high school teacher in minnesota is making headlines after getting her students to give up cell phones for a week. katie pettitte is a math teacher at kimball high school and made a deal with students if they gave up cell phones for one week she would not require them to take a final exam. well, to her surprise nearly every one of her 11th graders turned in their phones. >> i thought she was kidding at first. i didn't think it was serious. no final so may as well, right?
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>> she says she's doing this because she hopes to deep her students there's life beyond cell phones. she said without their phones they are communicating more with families and parents seem to enjoy it. gangnan style not going away soon. it's passed the 2 billion mark on youtube. so far this year nearly 100 million people have watched the video, it was first uploaded in july of 2012. it was the focus of an fbi investigation for hours. the san francisco apartment building that had both hazmat crews and federal investigators busy and the information we're learning about the man they are now looking for. >> a car crash into an almeida county sheriff's deputy vehicle in oakland. what was the driver doing? my dad worked as a short order cook.
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new information about the search for a -- for hazardous materials in a san francisco apartment building imh. and signals coming from an area known for falling rocks, snow and ice. >> a swim, bike ride and eight-mile run.
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the race from alcatraz that is happening now. good morning. welcome to the "mornings on 2", sunday june 1st. >> let's start off with a quick look at your weather. rosemary, trying to clear things up for us? >> yes. good morning. it's not happening just yet in san francisco. it's hard to even see the skyline of san francisco. if you're crossing that bridge any time soon you're visibility could be compromised as well. we have patchy dense fog along the coastline, just inside the bay and over parts of the north bay. ridge of high pressure building in for our afternoon and that will drive our temperatures up, at this hour though it's helping to really create that very soupy fog out there. good news, it's going to burn off quicker this morning. i'm beginning to see some of that sunshine filter already. 64 in walnut creek.
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67 antioch where we started with mostly sunny skies. 66 in fairfield. get closer to the coast and temperatures are still holding about 50 degrees. half-moon bay has opinion stuck at 50 degrees for the last two hours. meanwhile some of the areas to the north, santa rosa has a bit of a climb there. you were 49 in the last half-hour. novato, still trailing behind as well. a bit of a chill in the air but many of us already mild. as we get into the second half of the afternoon by lunchtime even 60 at the coast. upper 70s for warmer locations already going to feel warm by lunch hour for areas like antioch, livermore, getting into morgan hill. then for the send half of the day going to 87 livermore, 67 san francisco, 62 pacificca. these numbers warmer than yesterday. will be the warmest, as we get into tomorrow a big drop coming our way and down the road a little we're back in the 90s. i'll show you when coming up. fbi investigation in san francisco that started
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yesterday lasted through the early hours of the morning. ally with new information from the fbi now. >> reporter: i just got off the phone with an fbi agent that confirms that the agent is looking for san francisco resident ryan chamberlain as part of a criminal investigation. and yesterday a search warrant was executed on his apartment. this was the scene yesterday as agents in hazmat suits did a search that started at 8:00 a.m. of that apartment building. it went on into the overnight hours. agents in hazmat suits went in and out of the building throughout the day and into the night. san francisco police and fire also on scene helping the fbi secure the area. the fbi tells us this morning they have not found chamberlain. they have not made any arrests in this case yet. but that they are preparing to send out more information about the case and chamberlain including releasing his picture so they can get more leads on his whereabouts.
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while the search was goes on yesterday the street was completely closed. people who lived in the other apartment units in the building were not allowed to go back home while the search was underway. again the fbi expects to release more information on this investigation shortly. i just got a text from the fbi agent i was talking to, she says she's in a meeting now, about 15 to 20 minutes from now she'll be prepared to give us more information on what is going on with this investigation. we'll provide all the latest updates on ktvu.com, on our twitter feed and of course in our 5:00 newscast later today. live in san francisco, allie rasmus, ktvu channel 2 news. a deputy was stopped at hathaway avenue and west 8th street and hit head on by another car. the driver of the car was arrested on suspicion of dui, no one was hurt. tomorrow an oakland police officer will be stationed at an elementary school where a
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9-year-old was attacked with a hammer. it happened friday morning at lafayette elementary school in west oakland. police say the mother of another student lured that third grade near a bathroom and attacked her. the girl is expected to recover. the suspect is arrested with assault with a deadly weapon. she had apparently been feuding with the girl's family. the triathlon is underway in san francisco now. the 1.5-mile swim started 7:30 this morning. after that they ride 18 miles through the great highway and golden gate park. the race finishes with an 8-mile run through the presidio that ends at marina green. most are expected to finish in the next half-hour. this morning the search for six climbers missing on mount rainier in washington state has been suspended because of dangerous conditions there. hopes are fading of finding anyone alive.
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climbers left monday on a treck up liberty ridge, one of the most advanced routes on the mountain. rangers believe they fell 3,000 feet and could not have survived. one of the climbers has been identified as matt hegeman of truckie, was a guide for the seattle alpine international and had climbed the area more than 50 times. emergency beacons have been detected in an area known for falling rocks, snow and ice. search crews have been able to reach the area though because of extreme avalanche danger. >> basically this search has come to a very tragic end. it's not viable that anyone would survive. >> it's the worst climbing disaster on mount rainier since 1981. mount rainier is one of the most popular destinations in the world for climbers attracting as many as 11,000 a year. chp is investigating a deadly crash that shut down traffic for hours on highway 84. it happened 5:45 last night on
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eastbound lanes of highway 84 just east of i-680 in almeida county. chp says a big rig and red car crashed head on killing the driver of that car. the big rig driver suffered minor injuries. a white suv also crashed into the big rig, the driver who was pregnant was injured. >> preliminary reports have it that the red vehicle, red ford that was traveling in the eastbound direction, crossed over the double yellow line somehow and hit the big rig. >> officers say it took more than two hours for the roadway to reopen. school playground in vallejo off limits to students after it was destroyed in a suspicious fire it happened at loma lista elementary school yesterday. neighbors say it smelled like smoke shortly after it started. >> it smelled like a electrical fire, like burpt rubber. >> it's believed arsonists may
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be to blame because the jungle gym and bark chips were burning separately. a man said he sue a group of -- saw a group of children running from the school before the fire. >> i figured that maybe they were up to something because i saw them in the school earlier playing. >> the fire caused $25,000 in damage. no one was hurt. thousands of music fans are expected in napa today for the final day of the bottlerock music festival. as many as 30,000 people were expected at napa valley expo this weekend to see 60 artists performed no major problems reported but police still out there looking for drivers that may be under the influence. neighbors also raised concerns about noise and traffic in the area. this year's festival has a new promoter after the last promoter declared bankruptcy last year. >> you can see the entire line-up at ktvu.com. many bottlerock fans faced long
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waits for a bus or cab after the last couple of shows. the report says many waited for more than two hours for a shuttle bus to the main parking area. and also gridlock on napa city streets. a runway at oakland international airport is going to be closed tonight for safety improvements. it's not expected to cause flight delays or impact passengers. it's scheduled to close at 11:00 tonight. will reopen at 6:00 tomorrow morning. a mad dash for cash continues across the state this weekend. thank you to a modern-day scavenger hunt from a mystery donor. the anonymous donor who tweets under the name "hiddencash" delivers envelopes and leaves them across the state. followers rushed to several areas friday night after seeing clues on twitter. >> i need the money. >> it might be in the trash? >> in the trash maybe, i don't
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know. on the bench? i don't know. the grass? >> the hidden cash donor also planted cash in the bay area in both the south bay and san francisco. we all remember this, remember this happening on "mornings on 2"? that man found that envelope there taped to the fire hydrant in san jose. did a little victory dance. opened it up and found some money inside. it's a tour that featured some big-name artists and now people who bought tickets will be getting a refund. >> "jesus christ superstar" tour announced the tour is being called off and they have not said why. andrew lloyd webber and tim rice released the popular rock opera in 1970. the show was supposed to make a stop in san jose in july so if you bought a ticket you will get a refund.
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freed after five years in captivity. >> thank you so much. we just can't communicate the words this morning when we heard from the president. >> the parents of a soldier held by the taliban reacting to news of his release. >> hoping to make history, 15 minutes, what a northern california horse is doing this weekend to prepare for a very important race. >> i'm tracking a warm-up for the bay area sunday. we'll compare the numbers, how much warmer will it be for the afternoon?
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family and friends are anxiously awaiting the return of sergeant bowe bergdahl after his release by the taliban. bergdahl was captured in 2009 just two months after he deployed to afghanistan. he spent five years in captivity before the white house secured his release execs change for freeing five detapeees at guantanamo bay. bergdahl's father grew out his hair in support of his son and spoke of his son's release at the white house. >> thank you so much. we just can't communicate the words this morning when we heard from the president. >> bergdahl is the last known u.s. prisoner of war from the conflicts in iraq and afghanistan.
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he is right now getting medical treatment in germany and will be moved to a medical center in san antonio, texas when he is well enough. >> we also made an iron-clad commitment to bring our prisoners of war home. that's who we are as americans. it's a profound obligation within our military and today at least in this instance it's a promise we've been able to keep. >> president obama also spoke out following bergdahl's release saying he was never forgotten during years in captivity. the white house hasn't commented on reports bergdahl may have been captured by the taliban after deserting the military in afghanistan. >> the primary focus as you all know was getting sergeant bergdahl back. and we've done that, as i said, as president obama said, as a result of the help of a lot of people. >> defense secretary chuck hagel also speaking out today
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about bergdahl's release. hagel says it's possible his release could lead to further negotiations with the taliban but that was not the focus of the swap. hagel also says he hopes to meet privately with bergdahl as soon as he's able. two republican lawmakers say the exchange of prisoners at guantanamo bay for bowe bergdahl violated u.s. laws. the congressman of los angeles and the senator from oklahoma say the president is required by law to notify congress 30 days before the transfer of any terrorism detainee. the white house says the prisoner exchange took place under unique circumstances. bay area mother says she can only imagine the joy and relief the bergdahl family is experiencing. >> my husband and i have had three sons and -- iraq and afghanistan and many, many times, and i can't imagine what happened to the sergeant happening to one of my boys and -- but i can imagine the excitement and relief and all
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the emotions that the parents are feeling. >> peggy conklin is a founding member of the east bay blue star moms troop, officers support to troops when they are deployed and after they return home. on ktvu.com, find more on bowe bergdahl's return including the news conference with his parents and the president. chuck hagel arrived in afghanistan this morning for the update on the arrival of the update of afghan forces. hagel is scheduled to get an update on plans for u.s. forces to withdraw from afghanistan by the end of the year leaving just a force of 10,000 troops. president obama has called for fewer than a thousand u.s. troops to remain in afghanistan by the end of 2016. time now is 9:17. we're heading to rosemary who is following some changing conditions for us on this first day of june. >> good morning. low clouds, fog beginning to
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shrink. i'm seeing it in areas of the north bay as well as the east bay. giving you a live look over oakland where the clouds still hanging tough with us this morning. areas along the east bay shoreline as well as the coast, will be the last to clear. in fact i think at the coast partly cloudy to mostly cloudy the entire day. we have a ridge of high pressure that will be building in, it will be a brief one for today. temperatures are going to be warming up. ridge of high pressure that is associated with that sinking air, driving our temperatures up but also pinning the marine layer a little closer to the ground. that's why we're waking up to 3567y dense fog. take a look at this comparison here. 76 napa yesterday. 83 today for bottlerock festivities. south floridian -- san francisco warmer,show 81. yesterday we were 76. most of us will begin to feel the difference there. takes 5 degrees of warming before you say yeah, sounds like a warmer day. that shallow marine layer in place and visibility low still
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along parts of the coastline. looks like improving over parts of the north bay but still seeing low clouds and fog in areas like santa rosa as well as novato and napa. showing you where the temperature remains 49 degrees in novato. upper 40s we've been tracking all morning. with the mostly cloudy skies still in place not budging. on the other hand where there's sunshine, antioch is 68. 66 fairfield. low 60s in concord. 63 livermore. around the bay we have remained in the 50s with the clouds in place, hayward, oakland and san francisco partly sunny at this hour. afternoon highs today, 83 expected in areas like sonoma, 79 san rafael. upper 60s in sausalito. it's going to be a beautiful day. warmer than yesterday. maybe a tad toasty in some of the inland areas. 84 morgan hill. gilmore 85.
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we're talking 83 cupertino. along the peninsula beautiful weather in store. 80 palo alto. 80 redwood city. mid-70s for san mateo. second half of the weekend -- temperatures warmer today, into tomorrow notice that big drop from today into tomorrow. by 5, even 10 degrees of cooling expected monday. as we get into tuesday, wednesday, thursday, a gradual warm-up underway. it becomes hot for inland cities wednesday into thursday, upper 80s to low 90s in the forecast. upper 70s to near 80 around the bay. and along the coast talking upper 60s with with partly cloudy skies. army veteran back home with his family after surprising them at a little league game in sutter county. >> the last game of the season for young players and before 5-year-old wyatt jensen was called to the field his father came out for the surprise. it's been a year since wyatt has seen his father.
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at first he didn't recognize him. ran right past his dad. >> put me down. [ cheering and applause ] >> corporal jensen says he planned the surprise with his mother two months ago. the family wasn't expecting him to return until june but after serving the country for five years and two overseas deployments corporal jensen is now back with his family for good. right after mornings on 2, a bay area native competing in one of nascar's biggest races. a look at the fedex 400. who is the big name singer helping to start that race? >> and catching up with california chrome, that horse making preparations before trying to win that elusive triple crown.
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almondinger is starting in the 47th position this morning. coverage of the race on mornings on 2 begins just about five minutes here. after "mornings on 2" i should say. country star luke bryan and a teen with a rare medical condition will tell drivers to start their engines. golf great phil mickelson confirms he's part of an insider trading investigation involved in clorox company. however the three-time masters champion says he's done nothing wrong. mickelson is competing in a golf tournament in ohio this weekend and says he's cooperating with the fbi in its investigation. the feds are analyzing chlorox stock purchases mickelson and a las vegas gambler made in 2011. around the same time carl eye ca -- icahn was attempting to take over the country. four deputies, a university police officer and dispatcher in training responded to a request for a welfare check a month before the isla vista
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attack. elliot roger was described as tim timid and polied and not an immediate threat to anyone. they didn't watch the videos posted on youtube, though they were aware of them. a public memorial service will be held in fremont for david wong, one of the six people killed in the rampage. the service set to begin 5:00 tonight at harbor light church on thornton avenue. wong graduated from fremont christian school before attending uc santa barbara. seven people killed after a private jet crashed in massachusetts. it happened 9:40 last night nears hanscomb air force base in bedford 20 miles outside of boston. the jet was headed to atlantic city international airport in new jersey. the faa says it appears the plane caught fire shortly after takeoff. officials say lewis katz, the co-owner of the philadelphia enquirer, was among the victims as was the wife of a new jersey commissioner. >> the jet crashed on departure, with seven people on
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board. i am sorry to report there were no survivors. >> katz was one of two business moguls who bought out the partners last week with an disiemg 88 million -- $88 million bid for the inquirer. ntsb is investigating. foster farms is filing a lawsuit against a pest control company. it claims there should be claims paid for not controlling the cockroaches. foster farms says that insect infestation caused a salmonella outbreak there. 574 illnesses have been linked to the contamination to foster facilities in california. california chrome is getting ready for belmont park. the trainer says they are happy about the horse's training. so far he's already won the kentucky derby and preakness. now the northern california
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bred horse is hoping to end the triple crown drought. >> he's ready to work. he's telling me he's ready to work, climbing out of his skin right now. >> the owner said he can't be more ready to compete. california chrome has today off before hitting the track again tomorrow. last triple crown winner back in 1978. 9:27. ending a little early today to head to rosemary for a check of the weather. >> the clouds slowly clearing and in the next hour or so low 50s. in some of the cooler locations. meanwhile inland, some areas in the low 70s. by lunch hour 60 at the coach. widespread 60s and 70s around the bay, upper 70s expected inland, then here's a look at the afternoon for today, upper 80s for some of the warmest locations, comfortable around the bay, 70s to near 80 degrees. mostly cloudy and cool at the coast. your extended forecast, showing you temperature today a few
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degrees warmer than saturday. then a pretty big drop tomorrow. notice that cooldown but doesn't last. warming trepid begins tuesday. back as we get into wednesday and thursday, upper 80s and low 90s for inland cities. >> thank you. we are ending early this morning because of nascar's fedex 400. we appreciate you making ktvu your choice for news. >> the next newscast is 5:00. you can get updates any time on ktvu.com, facebook and twitter. thank you for joining us. have a fantastic sunday. my dad worked as a short order cook.
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right here. my parents were immigrants. and they taught me that with hard work, anything is possible. i earned a scholarship to mit. and worked across party lines to get things done. i'm alex padilla. i'll protect voting rights for everyone. and make it easier to start a business. so we create jobs and opportunity for all californians. what should we order? (announcer) alex padilla. secretary of state.
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captions paid for by the fox broadcasting company first win in 2014 for jimmie johnson in the lowe's chevrolet. >> that's right. >> six-time champ finally popped the champagne last week in charlotte. join in the nine other drivers in victory lane this year. in what has certainly been a memorable nascar on fox season. the excitement continues as the 43 best drivers in the world take on the hallowed monster mile at dover. ♪ smoke on the

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